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Sri Aurobindo was born in Calcutta on August 15, 1872. In 1879, at the age of seven, he was taken with his two elder brothers to England for education and lived there for fourteen years. Brought up at first in an English family at Manchester, he joined St. Pauls School in London in 1884 and in 1890 went from it with a senior classical scholarship to Kings College, Cambridge, where he studied for two years.

Sri Aurobindo passed thirteen years, from 1893 to 1906, in the Baroda Service, first in the Revenue Department and in secretariat work for the Maharaja, afterwards as Professor of English and, finally, Vice-Principal in the Baroda College. [. . .] A great part of the last years of this period was spent on leave in silent political activity, for he was debarred from public action by his position at Baroda. The outbreak of the agitation against the partition of Bengal in 1905 gave him the opportunity to give up the Baroda Service and join openly in the political movement. He left Baroda in 1906 and went to Calcutta as Principal of the newly-founded Bengal National College.

The political action of Sri Aurobindo covered eight years, from 1902 to 1910. During the first half of this period he worked behind the scenes, preparing with other co-workers the beginnings of the Swadeshi (Indian Sinn Fein) movement, till the agitation in Bengal furnished an opening for the public initiation of a more forward and direct political action than the moderate reformism which had till then been the creed of the Indian National Congress. [. . .] Sri Aurobindo hoped to capture the Congress and make it the directing centre of an organised national action, an informal State within the State, which would carry on the struggle for freedom till it was won.

Sri Aurobindo was prosecuted for sedition in 1907 and acquitted. Up till now an organiser and writer, he was obliged by this event and by the imprisonment or disappearance of other leaders to come forward as the acknowledged head of the party in Bengal and to appear on the platform for the first time as a speaker. He presided over the Nationalist Conference at Surat in 1907 where in the forceful clash of two equal parties the Congress was broken to pieces. In May, 1908, he was arrested in the Alipur Conspiracy Case as implicated in the doings of the revolutionary group led by his brother Barindra; but no evidence of any value could be established against him and in this case too he was acquitted. After a detention of one year as undertrial prisoner in the Alipur Jail, he came out in May, 1909, to find the party organisation broken, its leaders scattered by imprisonment, deportation or self-imposed exile and the party itself still existent but dumb and dispirited and incapable of any strenuous action. For almost a year he strove single-handed as the sole remaining leader of the Nationalists in India to revive the movement. He published at this time to aid his effort a weekly English paper, theKarmayogin, and a Bengali weekly, theDharma. But at last he was compelled to recognise that the nation was not yet sufficiently trained to carry out his policy and programme. [. . .] Moreover, since his twelve months detention in the Alipur Jail, which had been spent entirely in the practice of Yoga, his inner spiritual life was pressing upon him for an exclusive concentration. He resolved therefore to withdraw from the political field, at least for a time.

In February, 1910, he withdrew to a secret retirement at Chandernagore and in the beginning of April sailed for Pondicherry in French India. [. . .]

During all his stay at Pondicherry from 1910 [until his passing in 1950 he] remained more and more exclusively devoted to his spiritual work and his sadhana. In 1914 after four years of silent Yoga he began the publication of a philosophical monthly, theArya. Most of his more important works [. . .] appeared serially in theArya. These works embodied much of the inner knowledge that had come to him in his practice of Yoga. [. . .] TheAryaceased publication in 1921 after six years and a half of uninterrupted appearance.

Sri Aurobindo lived at first in retirement at Pondicherry with four or five disciples. Afterwards more and yet more began to come to him to follow his spiritual path and the number became so large that a community of sadhaks had to be formed for the maintenance and collective guidance of those who had left everything behind for the sake of a higher life. This was the foundation of the Sri Aurobindo Ashram which has less been created than grown around him as its centre.

Sri Aurobindo began his practice of Yoga in 1905. At first gathering into it the essential elements of spiritual experience that are gained by the paths of divine communion and spiritual realisation followed till now in India, he passed on in search of a more complete experience uniting and harmonising the two ends of existence, Spirit and Matter. Most ways of Yoga are paths to the Beyond leading to the Spirit and, in the end, away from life; Sri Aurobindos rises to the Spirit to redescend with its gains bringing the light and power and bliss of the Spirit into life to transform it. [. . .] It is possible by opening to a greater divine consciousness to rise to this power of light and bliss, discover ones true self, remain in constant union with the Divine and bring down the supramental Force for the transformation of mind and life and body. To realise this possibility has been the dynamic aim ofSri Aurobindos Yoga.

Written by Sri Aurobindo. Edited material marked by brackets. From the booklet,Sri Aurobindo and his Ashram, pp. 2-6, published in 1983 by theSri Aurobindo Ashram, Pondicherry.

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In a special introduction to mark the 20th anniversary of her iconic book The Other Side of Silence: Voices from the Partition of India (1998), author Urvashi Butalia wrote, All the questions that remain alive today how citizenship is defined, how the State relates to its citizens, what a relationship of trust means, how refugees are defined and understood, how many of our cities have developed, the lands they took in, the settlements that were built and so much more find resonance in that violent founding moment.

These questions cannot be dismissed as the idle preoccupations of scholars raking up the past to problematise what is done and dusted. They are intimately connected to questions of survival. Delhi-based photographer Anuj Arora (27) realised this when he began working on a photography project to document the lives of Rohingya muslims, one of the most persecuted communities in the world, living in refugee camps in and around Delhi-NCR. It struck a personal chord because his grandparents were Partition refugees who fled Lahore in 1947.

Having grown up on his grandparents stories, Arora could readily empathise with the experiences of the Rohingyas. They were forced to leave behind their homes in the Rakhine state of Myanmar and find shelter wherever they could. Many of them escaped genocide and came to Delhi. During his research for a diploma project on documentary photography at the Sri Aurobindo Centre for Arts and Communication, Arora learnt that they reside in four main areas Shaheen Bagh, Madanpur Khadar, Okhla and Vikaspuri. Titled Unsettled Identities, his series of photographs is now being showcased on a digital platform curated by the Prameya Art Foundation. It is an intimate record of their everyday experiences.

A mother combs a childs hair. Children huddle together and read. Family photographs and identity documents are tightly held on to. A bonfire provides warmth on a cold night. Youngsters play with abandon. A father looks lovingly at his child. Some are immersed in their cellphones; others rest on the ground and stare at the sky above. Arora says,Delhi has been a place of shelter for migrant communities from Sindh, Afghanistan, Nigeria, Jamaica, Myanmar, Bangladesh and many other parts of the world. I wanted to focus on Rohingya Muslims because they have lived amidst us for decades, but we know so little. They face linguistic and cultural barriers and problems related to education, housing and employment.

Earning trust

Just being curious was not enough. Arora had to earn the trust of the community leaders. They wanted to understand why he was interested in their lives. It occurred to him that the Rohingyas in these refugee camps live in a state of constant fear, so it was natural for them to be on their guard. Arora says,They wake up each morning and check on what is happening in Myanmar. They migrated because of ethnic cleansing, but there is a lot of sentimental value attached to their memories. They are not only worried about themselves, but also about relatives in Myanmar since the verification forms used in India ask them to mention addresses and contact details of those people.

Building a relationship was important. Once they warmed up to Arora, he was invited to meals and became a regular recipient of their hospitality. While interacting with them, he found a lot of tender moments to capture. Soon, he decided to shoot the entire series in black and white and shades of grey, in order to reflect the mood in the refugee camps most accurately. The children who gathered around him wanted to learn how to use the camera, so he also conducted some informal photography workshops and encouraged them to practise the craft.

Bearing witness

Arora believes that official documents and school history textbooks usually focus on the hard facts. They do not reflect the feelings of refugees and the hardship they go through. Each person, and every family, has numerous stories to tell. Nobody can predict when the wounds will heal, if they do so at all, but what artists can do is bear witness. We cannot take away the pain that they have gone through, but we can sit there and listen as they speak, remarks Arora.

Spending time with them brought up questions about what his own grandparents must have encountered when the carnage in 1947 made them pack up their bags and migrate to the Indian side of Punjab, from where they moved to refugee camps in Delhi. Arora wonders whether they too felt out of place all their lives, while trying to adjust to a new homeland and feels grateful that they survived despite everything that they lost. His photographs are also, in a sense, a tribute to their resilient spirit.

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File photo: Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi addresses the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly at UN headquarters in New York, on September 27, 2019. (REUTERS/Brendan Mcdermid)

Narendra Modi has completed 19 years as a top administrator and his journey from being a chief minister to a prime minister has entered its 20th year, making him a rare personality in Indian politics. After spending around a little less than 13 years in Gujarat as CM, he has been the PM of the country since May 2014. The question is, from whom does Modi who has inspired many world leaders draw inspiration? The list is long.

On October 7, 2001, Modi entered the world of administration. Before that, he was a Pracharak of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) since 1971. After spending three decades in the Sangh as a Pracharak, also serving as the BJP's central organisational secretary, Modi became the chief minister of Gujarat after Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Lal Krishna Advani seconded his name.

Modi had no administrative experience before he took over as the CM of Gujarat. The only expertise that he had was the organisational skills which he had in abundance and he used them in bringing people together, to strengthen the party and making new experiments in politics. When Modi became the chief minister, he did not even have the experience of running a panchayat. At that time, he had not even fought an assembly election. It is another matter though that he had played a major role in getting the BJP to power in 1995 in Gujarat. He had also headed the BJP campaign committee in the 1998 Gujarat assembly elections to pave the way for the party's victory. Apart from this, he had already impressed his party with his work in Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and other states.

But till then he had no hands-on administrative experience and he accepted this while chairing a meeting with top officials of Gujarat after he became CM. Modi had his task cut out for him. In post-earthquake Gujarat, relief and rehabilitation was a major challenge and the administration was facing a slew of criticism. His predecessor Keshubhai Patel had to leave the post for this reason. Before this, the BJP had lost crucial panchayat, assembly and Lok Sabha polls.

Narendra Modi took the reins of the administration and responded with the speed of someone attempting to win a one-day match that turned into a marathon test innings which has lasted 19 years and is entering the 20th. Nobody knows when this innings is going to end neither his supporters nor his opponents, who have been outwitted by him on numerous occasions in poll battles.

Over the past 19 years, much has been written all over the world about his administrative style. As chief minister, he had developed the 'Gujarat model of development' and popularised it across the country; it got him elected to Parliament and helped him become the Prime Minister. His was the first non-Congress government in 2014 to have full majority. After that, he led his party to victory in the 2019 Lok Sabha polls as well and was rewarded by the electorate with an even greater majority. His government is going to last till 2024, and, be it the public or pundits, no one is giving the opposition a chance before 2029. So how long Modi's administrative period lasts will be either decided by the man himself or the people of this country.

Now the question is who inspired Modi to become such an efficient administrator? Who are those people from whom he learnt the tricks of the trade? Hundreds of books have been written on Modi but no one has dealt with this issue at length.

Modi has given ample indication about this on several occasions. The first glimpse was in 2014, when he was filing his nomination from Vadodara for the general elections. That year, he had filed his nomination first from Vadodara before doing so from Varanasi. At that time, on April 9, 2014, when he was speaking to the media in Vadodara, it offered an insight into his inspiration as an administrator.

Vadodara, once a model of development and administrative acumen, was ruled by Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III, in whose name the city is also called Sayaji Nagari. Modi remembered Sayajirao that day, heaping praise on him, and not just as a mere formality.

Modi said that to know about Sayajirao's skills in administration and self-governance, one should read the book Minor Hints. It surprised not just the media persons but also millions of people watching and listening to him on TV at the time. They wanted to know what was this 'Minor Hints' and why was Modi waxing eloquent about Sayajirao?

'Minor Hints' is a collection of speeches which was given to a 12-year-old boy Gopal, born on March 11, 1863, in Kavlana village of Maharashtra, in his preparation to become the ruler of the kingdom of Baroda. Gopal was adopted by the ruler of this kingdom, Maharaja Khanderao Gaekwad, from a distant relative, Kashiram Gaekwad. After the death of Khanderao, his widow, Maharani Jamnabai, adopted the boy on May 27, 1875.

Gopal was taught the royal ways before he could be placed on the throne and about 150 speeches delivered by experts and senior officials were part of that education process. Of these, 46 speeches were delivered by the-then diwan T Madhava Rao, which formed the book 'Minor Hints'. This book is famous as Shasan Sutra in Gujarati and is revered like the Gita in the administration and is gifted to officials at the beginning of their career.

T Madhava Rao had trained Sayajirao Gaekwad and had taught him all the practical aspects of the administration which included how an administrator should behave, how he should keep himself away from sycophants and how to spend day and night thinking about ones subjects. Madhava Rao himself was a very talented man and was rightly given the title of Raja. He told Sayajirao that flatterers try to surround every administrator and they tell the king that the nation is made for him and not that he is made for the nation. In that situation, a king immediately thinks that administration is his paternal right and he considers his subjects as nothing. Madhava Rao had warned Sayajirao about this and told him not to behave irresponsibly as his responsibilities were immense. He also told him that the ultimate aim of an administrator was to keep his subjects happy.

With such education and training, Gopal was made the ruler of the kingdom when he was 18 years old and he was given the royal name of Sayajirao Gaekwad III. He ruled for 58 years and died in 1939. In his lengthy career as an administrator, he was known for caring about his subjects, and promoting reforms, scientific thinking, development of basic infrastructure, empowerment of women, education, etc. There are many famous stories about his patriotism. In 1911, he did not bow before the King of England who presided as the Emperor of India in the Delhi darbar and helped Sri Aurobindo and other revolutionaries and freedom fighters, risking British displeasure.

That Sayajirao Gaekwad has been an inspiration for Modi was apparent on several other occasions. During his first tenure as PM, when Modi was taking part in a discussion in the Rajya Sabha on women's education, he had mentioned Sayaji. Modi had said that in the reign of Sayajirao Gaekwad, not a single woman was illiterate, though some instances could be found after his rule. That's how much emphasis Sayajirao put on women's education.

Even Narendra Modi knew this from experience. His native place Vadnagar, where he was born, was previously in Mehsana which was under the Gaekwad kingdom. The school and its library where Modi read innumerable books were opened during the reign of Sayajirao Gaekwad III. Modi was born just 11 years after Gaekwad's death and it was but natural that people still talked about Sayaji. When Modi grew up, he came to know about the many talents of the king.

Modi also praised Sayajirao Gaekwad when he participated in his 150th birth anniversary celebrations in 2012 in Vadodara. In his speech, Modi had said that he comes from a place which has been part of the Gaekwad administration and even today every auspicious work is started in Sayajirao's name. Modi said that after being born in an ordinary family, brought up in a royal household and taking charge of the kingdom of Baroda at 18, Sayaji's work in administrative reforms continues to find resonance among the people 70 years after his death.

Obviously, Modi has not only read 'Minor Hints' very minutely but has also been inspired by Sayajiraos life and regime which he has adopted in his own life. After his early days as a Pracharak in Vadodara to becoming the CM in 2001 and as PM of the country for the past 6 years, he has always given the impression that his sole aim is to serve the people of this country. And that is why he has presented himself not as the Prime Minister but as the Pradhan Sevak of the citizens.

In his run as CM and PM over 19 years, Modi has ensured that benefits of government schemes reach the lowest strata of the society. His policies have been framed keeping in mind the situation of the disadvantaged people. That is why, in Gujarat, after taking over as CM, he kept tribal people, fishermen, Dalits and backward communities at the centre of his planning. After he became PM, he ensured that policies are framed to help women, farmers and the poorest of the poor in the country, and that is why today he is the darling of the masses.

Sycophants have not been able to surround him and he has kept himself connected with the people. That is why, Modi, today, is available to everyone. He always knows what is happening on the ground. Out of Delhi, he visits the hinterland, stays in touch with the people and their problems, and solves these issues. Not a single day goes by without him meeting the common people.

During Parliament sessions, people from all over the country come to meet him: from poor fishermen to ordinary farmers. He finds time for everyone but does not waste even a second. He is punctual and understands the value of time. He never takes leaves and works for 18-19 hours every day. It is obvious that his opponents today can neither match his energy nor his willpower. Rivals appear like stray clouds. After a bit of thunder and lightning, they quickly disappear to Thailand, Europe or America .

Modi is still a mystery for his political rivals. When he came into the administration, he did not have practical knowledge to run it. He was taught the intricacies of administration by IAS officer PK Mishra. Modi had appointed him his principal secretary in 2001 just after he took oath as CM. Modi himself has talked about how Mishra helped him in administration, and taught him the pros and cons.

Modi had so much faith in Mishra that after he retired as agriculture secretary during the UPA administration, Modi appointed him as chairman of the Gujarat Electricity Regulatory Commission and then made him chairman of Gujarat Institute of Disaster Management. From there, he came straight to Delhi when Modi became PM in 2014. Mishra was made his additional principal secretary. Since then, PK Mishra has continuously been with him and now in Modi's second term, he occupies the post of principal secretary and helps the PM formulate important policy decisions.

Modi has always tried to learn new things in the past two decades, from teachers at IIM Ahmedabad to eminent jurist VR Krishna Iyer whom he met by visiting Kerala. He has always been a learner which has helped him in becoming an efficient administrator. That is precisely why leaders from across the country and the world are trying to pick up tips from him on how to be a good administrator, have a finger on the pulse of the people and try innovations in governance for public welfare.

From CM to PM, the list of his experiments is long and they are part of hundreds of books and lakhs of articles. Yet Modi, who once learnt from Sayajirao Gaekwad, is still learning and trying new things. With his newly grown beard, some people see a glimpse of Shivaji in him. After all, Modi is constantly striving to realise the dream to implement the Hindavi Swarajya philosophy of this great patriot. Modi has a special fondness for the mega play based on Shivaji's life called Janata Raja and had seen it many decades ago and ensured its public enactment in every part of Gujarat when he was CM there. Modi has not stopped learning and that too when other world leaders are vying to learn the intricacies of administration from him.

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Coronavirus | Indore remains worst hit in Madhya Pradesh with 3 more deaths – The Hindu

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Madhya Pradesh on Friday recorded 89 new coronavirus (COVID-19) cases, taking the State-wide tally to 3,341, the Directorate of Health Services said. The death toll in the State from the pandemic rose to 200, as seven more fatalities were reported including three from the worst-affected city of Indore.

State-wise tracker for COVID-19 cases, deaths and testing, and a map of confirmed cases in India

With 1,727 cases and 86 deaths, Indore continues to remain in focus. Alarmingly, the count of critical patients in the city surged threefold overnight earlier this week from 52 on May 4 to 195 on May 5 and was at 197 on Friday. As many as 663 patients, however, have recovered from the illness in the city so far.

Bhopal, by comparison, has so far reported 679 cases and 24 deaths, with 354 patients, or more than half of those infected, having recovered.

Among the fatalities reported on Friday, two were in Bhopal and one each in Ujjain and Jabalpur, according to a bulletin issued by the Directorate.

In Ujjain, 43 patients, or 20% of all those infected, have succumbed to the respiratory illness. The number of cases in the city stand at 220, and recoveries at 57.

In order to relieve the burden on a private medical college in the city, Ujjains only COVID-19 facility, the State government has reserved 100 beds at the Sri Aurobindo Institute of Medical Sciences (SAIMS), which is the largest COVID-19 hospital in neighbouring Indore district.

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Indore, May 7 () Amid the ongoing debate in themedical fraternity about the efficacy of the plasma therapy onCOVID-19 patients, a private hospital in Indore has claimedthat four such persons recovered from the infection afterundergoing this therapy.

A district health official confirmed that plasmatherapy was used on some coronavirus positive persons at theprivately-run Sri Aurobindo Institute of Medical Sciences(SAIMS), and said that as per the doctors at that hospital ithelped these patients in their recovery.

Talking to on Thursday, head of the Chest DiseaseDepartment at SAIMS, Dr Ravi Dosi, said that one of these fourpatients is a 26-year-old woman.

Consent was obtained from all four patients prior tothe clinical trial of plasma therapy, he added.

Indore district's Chief Medical and Health Officer(CMHO), Praveen Jadia, said, "At SAIMS, the use of plasmatherapy was done on some COVID-19 patients and according tothe doctors there, it helped them in the recovery."

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Convalescent plasma therapy involves injectingpatients with plasma from people who have recovered fromCOVID-19 infection. The theory is that the plasma will havethe antibodies required to boost a sick person's immunityresponse to the coronavirus.

In addition, reports of the CT scan of their lungsalso confirmed that they have been free of coronavirusinfection, he added.

Dr Dosi, however, said, "We are not yet announcing anyresults regarding the effect of plasma therapy on COVID-19patients. We want to try this clinical trial on a few morepatients. We will share the results of clinical trial with theICMR."

The experts said that the antibodies develop in theblood of the people fully recovered from COVID-19, which helpthem to fight the disease in the future.

Indore is among the worst-hit districts by COVID-19 inthe country.

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S.No Area Name Ward No. 1 H/22, J K Ghosh Road, Lal Maidan 3 2 Lal Maidan (Krishna Mallick lane & 86 Belgachia Road, J KGhosh Road) ,Belgachhia PS- Ultadanga 3 3 51/2 ANATH NATH DEB LANE, KOLKATA 700037, Anath deblane,Manmath ditta rd,talapark ave 3 4 75/A KHUDIRAM BOSE SARANI, POBELGACHIA, PS ULTADANGA, KOL - 37 3 5 13/A/6 RAJA MANINDRA ROAD, KOLKATA 37, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10,11, 12, 13, 14 Raja Manindra Road, Rani Harshamuki Road, Chandra Nath Simlai Lane 4 6 11C NORTHERN AVENUE, PAIKPARA, BELGACHIA SO, BELGACHIA, KOLKATA 700037, 10 TO 12 UMAKANTA SEN LANE, 3TO 28 NORTHERN AVENUE 4 7 107/1B BELGACHIA ROAD,( KHUDIRAM BOSE SARANI)KOLKATA 700004, 90 to 107/1b belgachia rd,rail qtr,kolkata stn jhupri,raicharan sadhukhan rd, 5 8 26 INDIRA BISWAS ROAD, 3RD FLOOR, P.S. TALA, KOLKATA700037, 25 26 27 Belgachia Road, Olaichandi Road Basti, J K Ghosh Road 5 9 20/1/1 Khudiram Bose sarani, Belgachia Road, Kolkata 37, Belgachia Road, 20 Belgachia Road, Sirish Chowdhury Lane, Nilmoni Mitra Road, Bonomali Chatterjee Lane, Tarak Bose Lane, Raja Siew Box, Sashibushan Chatterjee Lane, ShyamaCharan Mukherjee Lane, 5 10 32/9, B.T. Road, PS Cossipore 1 11 26/9 KC Road, Chiriya More, Kolkata 700002, 26/9 KHAGEN CHATTERJEE ROAD ENTIREBUSTEE 1 12 22/4/H/6 KC ROAD, COSSIPORE, KOLKATA, 22KHAGEN CHATTERJEE ROAD ENTIRE BUSTEE 1 13 96/H/22/2 Kashipur, Kolkata 33, 95, 96, 99, 100KASHI PUR ROAD ENTIRE BUSTEE AREA. 1 14 23/1, COSSIPORE ROAD, P.O- COSSIPORE,KOLKATA 6 15 8 NO SETHPUKUR ROAD, KASIPUR, 1 - 9 JOGENMUKHERJEE ROAD, BANGA SEN LANE 6 16 1/5 A Sachin Mitra Lane, Bidhan Sarani, Baghbazar, Kolkata, West Bengal 700003Kolkata, Sachin Mitra Lane, Bose Para, Bag Bazar Street,Ananda Chatterjee Lane, Girish Avenue 7 17 524B, RABINDRA SARANI, P.O.- BAGBAZAR, PS: SHYAMPUKUR, WestBengal KOLKATA 700003, 517 TO 580 RABINDRA SARANI, 496, RABNDRA SARANI, KOL-5, RADHAKANTA DEBLANE, LALBAGAN BUSTEE, 8 18 22/A, RAJA MANINDRA ROAD, CHITPUR, KOLKATA-37, 22 RAJA MONINDRA ROADENTIRE SLUM 4 19 61, SOVABAZAR STREET, PO-HATKHOLA, SHYAMPUKUR, KOL-5, 69 TO 160 SOVABAZAR STREET, 1,2,3,4,5 NANDARAM SEN LANE,455E TO 473 RABINDRA SARANI 9 20 37, BELGACHIA RD, BELGACHIA PS - TALA, KOL 37, 37 BELGA 3 21 5/K,D GUPTA LANE P.S-SINTHEE KOLKATA 700050 2 22 557, RABINDRA SARANI KOLKATA-700003 7 23 Kripanath Dutta Rd,GhoshBagan,Lock Gate 6 24 1 to 43 Bonomali Sarkar Street,2 to 9 Kebal Krishna , SurStreet ,8 to 16 Biswamber Mallick Lane,2,2A Narayan Sur Street ,Netai pal Lane,Nepal Neogi Street,1 to 17 Guruprosad Roy Lane, 27 to 40 Balaram Majumdar Street, 1 to 7A Gopi Roy Lane, 1 to 15 Gosaipara Lane, 16 Kripanath Lane 9 25 17,21,23,41,39/1 SRI AUROBINDO SARANI,50,51,53Jatindra Mohon Avenue,152,150,148,146,142,144 B.k.pal rd, 9 26 20B Shyampukur Street & Nabakumar Raha Lane, Kolkata700004 10 27 36 NALIN SARKAR STREET, P.O. SHYAMBAZAR, P.S.SHYAMPUKUR, Nalin sarkar st,sikder bagan st, ganendra mitra lane,Arabinda sarani 11 28 7, Bhabanath Sen Street, Kolkata 700004, Bidhan sarani,Bhabhanath sen st, Dakshin sen ln, mohanlal st, Debnarayan das lane, R G kar road, 1NO, PAUL STREET 12 29 221/A, A P C ROAD, PO- SHYAMBAZAR, PS- ULTADANGA, 221 TO 228/2 APC ROAD, NILAMBAR MUKHERJEE STREET, RAMRATANBOSE LANE, LALITA MITRA LANE 12 30 23 Cannal West Road, Maniktala, Kolkata, Canal west road, vivekananda road, munshi para ln, kalimuddin ln,kali banerjee ln, POLICE BARRACK, MANIKTALA, POLICESTATION 15 31 46, SIMLA ROAD, MANIKTALA, KOLKATA- 700006,Khasmahal st munshi para ln, Hazi Zakaria ln,R D st 15 32 103 - 1A RAJA DHIRENDRA STREET, VINAYAK TOWER, FLAT 3B, KOL - 6, RAJA DIHENDRA STREET, LALA BAGAN NIROD BIHARI STREET,APC ROAD 15 33 93/3 Hari Ghosh Street, Bhim Ghosh Lane, Kasi Bose Lane & Ram Narayan Bhattacharya Lane, Kolkata 700006, 93 3 3B HARI GHOSH STREET BEADON STREET KOLKATA WESTBENGAL 17 34 37/1A Durga Charn Mitra Street, Kolkata 6, Durga charanmitra st, chidam mudi lane,Blaqua square 17 35 456A Rabindra Sarani, Rabindra Sarani, B K Paul Avenue Garanhata Street, Sonagachi Lane, 23/A, GARAN HATTASTREET, MINERVA THEATRE, KOL-6 18 36 1/1 IMAM BOS LANE PO BEADON STREET, P.S- BUROTOLLA,Imam bux ln, Nil monimitra st,Fakir chakraborty ln , DCM road 18 37 47A JAYMITRA STREET, KOLKATA 700005, JOY MITRA STREET, TARAK CHAKRABORTY LANE, MASJID BARI STREET, ABINUS KABIRAJSTREET 18 38 8/1 NILMONI MITRA STREET, BENIATOLA, KOL700006 , NILMONI MITRA STREET, RAM CHANDRA GHOSH LANE, ZARIFF LANE, Beadonstreet, Jatindra mohan ave. 18 39 5/1/1A Durga Charan Mitra Street, DURGACHARAN MITRA STREET 18 40 38/1, MANIK BOSE GHAT STREET,JORABAGAN,KOL-6, MANIK BOSE GHATSTREET 18 41 19A Gopi Krishna Pal Lane, MATHUR SEN GARDEN LANE, KALI PROSONNO BANERJEEROAD, BK PAUL AVENUE 18 42 105, M.D Road 20 43 10, DALIMTALA LANE, BEADON STREET,KOLKATA-9, Dalimtala Lane, Raja raj krishna st, khudiram bose st 11 44 156, A P C ROAD, BEADON STREET, KOL - 6, APC ROAD, MON MOHAN BOSE STREET,MADHAV DAS LANE 11 45 Jorabagan Traffic Guard, Jorabagan, Kolkata 700005, JORABAGAN TRAFFIC GUARD, SOVABAZAR STREET, RABINDRA SARANI,BAROWARITALA LANE 19 46 381,RABINDRA SARANI, Ahiritola, Beniatola, Kolkata, West Bengal 700006, RABINDRA SARANI, NIMU GOSWAMI, BRINDABANBASAK STREET,Nimtala Ln, Babu ram ghosh ln 20 47 39/1/2C CANAL WEST ROADP.O-SHYAMBAZAR P.S ULTADANGA PIN-700004, 16/7,ULTADANGA ROAD,229 ro 243 APC road,jadu mitra lane 12 48 136/38 BIDHAN SARANI, KOLKATA, bidhan sarani, balaramghosh street, padma nath lane, Maharani Hamanta kumari st,Chowdhury ln,Nayratna ln, Monmatha Bhattacharya ln 10 49 Goabagan st, lane, bustee( slum), sahitya parisad st,dalimtala lane 16 50 Bidhan sarani,Raja Raj krishna road, Roy Bagan,iswar mill lane 16 51 6 GANAPATI SARKAR LANE, GANAPATIAPARTMENT, PO & PS - ULTADNGA, KOL -67 13 52 33/4E Biplabi Barin Ghosh Sarani, P.O. Ultadanga, P.S.Maniktala, Kolkata 700067 14 53 11/H/5 Kashai Bustee, 1st Lane, 2nd Lane, Cross Lane,Patuapara Lane, Khalpar jhupri, Kolkata 29 54 3/13 Narkeldanga Main Road 29 55 P342A CIT ROAD, SCHEME 6, KOL 54, CIT ROAD, PHOOLBAGAN AREA, 106 to 128, Narkeldanga Main Road, Phoolbagan, Kolkata 30 56 MOTILAL BASAL LANE, PHOOLBAGAN,KOLKATA, JOGODYAN 31 57 32 Ramkrishna Samadhi Road, Kadapara, Phoolbagan, Kolkata, 700054, 133 to 328 CITRd, Scheme VI-M, Kankurgachi 31 58 100A Manicktala Main Road, Kolkata 700054 32 59 57 BELIAGHATA MAIN ROAD, (ID & BGHOSPITAL CAMPUS QTRS) 33 60 95/15 Kabi Sukanta Sarani, Kolkata 85, Kabi Sukanta Sarani 35 61 31 NO, BAROARI ROAD, KOLKATA 700033, BAROWARI TALA ROAD, SOUTH KULIA ROADBELEGHATA 700010 34 62 55/4 SASTITALA ROAD, NARKELDANGA,KOLKATA - 700011, 84 to 90 NarkeldangaNorth Road, Kolkata 11 (Ward 29) 29 + 30 63 89, NARKELDANGA MAIN ROAD, PO-KANKURGACHI, PS-PHULBAGAN 31 64 8 WA,3D, MANIKARAN COMPLEX, RAMMOHAN MALLIK GARDEN LANE, KOLKATA 33 65 133, BELIAGHATA MAIN ROAD, Subhas Sarobar Park, PhoolBagan, Beleghata, Kolkata, West Bengal 700010 34 66 77/1, NARKELDANGA MAIN ROAD, Phool Bagan, Beleghata,Kolkata, West Bengal 700011 33 67 14/20 SIB KRISTO DAW P.S- PHOOLBAGAN PIN-700054 31 68 3/1/75,BELIAGHATA MAIN ROAD P.O-K.G.BOSE SARANI,P.S- NANDI HOUSE PIN-700085 35 69 94/H/16,NARKELBAGAN MAIN ROAD P.O NARKELBAGAN,P.S-PHOOLBAGANPIN-700115 31 70 18/7/15 MANIKTALA MAIN ROAD PIN-700054 14 71 102 RAJA RAJENDRA LAL MITRA ROAD KOL 85, 132,133 RajaRajendra Lal Mitra Road of Ward 35 34+35 72 12 to 15, Ariff Road, Kol 67 13 73 91,93,94A,95, Baliaghata Main Road, Kolkata (Lebugola Bustee) 33 74 10 to 34, Beliaghata Main Road, Kolkata 34 75 BLOCK K FLAT 7, MANIKTALA HSG ESTATE CIT SCHEMEVIIM, KANKURGACHI, KOLKATA - 700054 32 76 2A Surea East Beliaghata Kolkata 700010 34 77 10, Mondal Street, Jorabagan, Kolkata, Sujendra Seth Lane 21 78 51/4 Strand Road, Kolkata 700007, STRANDBANK ROAD 21 79 2NO, NIRDOHAR GHAT STREET, BARRABAZAR, SONAPATTI,KOLKATA 700007, 2 No. Nirdohar Ghat Street and Netaji Subhas Road, Stand Road, Naliri Sheth Road 22 80 80 Berseera, Bartala Street, Burrabazar, Kolkata 700007, HARI RAM STREET, DIGHABAR JAIN TEMPLE ROAD, RAM KUMAR RAHIT LANE,HARI RAM GOENKA STREET, 22 81 15 No PK Tagore Street, Jorabagan, PO Beadon Street,Kolkata 700006, P K Tagore Street 24 82 11 E, Akshay Dutta Lane, Beadon 5t Jorabagan Kolkata 6,Nimtala Ghat Street, Baishnab Seth Lane 24 83 BEADON STREET, JORABAGAN, KOLKATA, Ramesh DuttaStreet, Ramkrsishna Bagchi Lane, 26 84 27, SETHBAGAN LANE,GIRISH PARK,KOL-6,NANDA MOLLICK LANE, PEARI DAS LANE 26 85 7 BAISHNAB SAMMILANY LANE,BIDON STREET,JORABAGAN, CHALTABAGAN LANE, KAILASH BOSE STREET, BINAD SAHA LANE,GHOSH LANE 26 86 28/H/55 RAJABAZAR DUDKOTHI, KOLKATA, 700009,28/H/55 RAJABAZAR DUDHKOTHI, Raja Raj Narayan Street, Raja Dinendra Street 28 87 25, Harinath Dey Road, Narkeldanga, Kolkata700009 28 88 25 Shib Thakur Lane Ps Posta Opp Jorasanko Thakurbari 23 89 265C RABINDRA SARANI, KOLKATA, BARABAZAR, KOLKATA 700007, KALI KRISHNA TAGORE STREET, RAY LANE, RAJA BRAJENDRA STREET,16, SIKDAR PARA STREET, Adibanstala lane, Kalakar st.Raja Brajendra st. 23 90 3 & 12 HANSPUKUR 1ST LANE, BARABAZAR, KOLKATA 700097, SRI HORIRAM GOENKASTREET, 47/1,Sri Hariram Goyanka st. 23 91 24/H, BECHU CHATTERJEE STREET, AMHERST STREET, HERAMBO DAS LANE, BROJANATHMITRA LANE 38 92 110A MM Barman Street, Kolkata 700007, M M Burmanstreet, Shambhu Chatterjee street, Mitra Lane 39 93 164/A Muktaram Babu Street, Muktaram Babu 2nd Lane &Mitra Lane, Jorasanko, Kolkata 700007 39 94 18/1A Balak Dutta Lane, Barabazar, Jorasanko, Kolkata 7,Marcus Square 39 95 45 ADYA SHRADDHA GHAT ROAD BORRABAZAR KOLKATA, MAHARSHI DEBENDRA ROAD, NIMTALA GHAT STREET,DHARMATALA LANE 21 96 231, 2ND FLOOR, MAHARSHI DEBENDRAROAD, JORABAGAN, Stand bank rd. 1,Nawab lane. 22 97 16D, TAGORE CASTLE STREET, KOLKATA 700006 24 98 14/1, RAMESH DUTTA STREET, KOL 6, 45 -49 RAMESH DUTTA STREET, UMESH DUTTA LANE , RAJA GURUDAS STREET 26 99 74, Pathuriyghata street, Beadon St,Jorabagan. Kolkata 700006 21 100 12B, RAMTANU BOSE LANE ,KOL-6, MAHENDRA GOSWAMI LANE, SUDHIR CHATTERJEE STREET, VIVEKANANDA ROAD, CHANDRA SUR LANE, WCBANERJEE STREET, Ramdulal sarkar st.Ashok dey lane,Haripaada Dutta lane, Bethu RD, Bidhan Sarani 26 101 13 SUKHIA ST, KOLKATA-09, MAHENDRA SARANI, APC ROAD, MANIKTALA STREET,MANIKTALA BAZAR 27 102 66/3A Beadon Street, Kolkata 700006, BEADON STREET, BEADON ROW, LATU BABU LANE,KEDAR DUTTA STREET 27 103 63 AMHERST ROW 63 AMHERST ROW, BATIK LANE, RAMANANDA CHATTERJEE STREET,RAMMOHAN SARONI 27 104 295-1 APC ROAD, RAJA RAM MOHAN SARANI,P.S. NARKELDANGA - 700009, HARPER ROAD, RAJA RAJNARAYAN STREET, RAMMOHAN RAY ROAD 28 105 6/H/7 TARAK PRAMANIK ROAD , GIRISH PARK , KOL-06,Kesto das lan. Bhuban sarkar lane . C.R.AVE.Vivekananda rd. 25 106 MR BIRENDRA KR JAISWAL, M, 699B, BIDHAN SARANI, KOLKATA-700006 38 107 29/C, DR. DHIREN SEN SARANI, BEDON STREET, KOL-6 27 108 3-B, GANGULI LANE, KOLKATA-7 22 109 64, Maharshi Debendra rd, Darpanarayan thakur st, Jadunandan Goswami lane.Jadulal mollick rd, 1,Netai Haldar st, AnukulMUKHARJEE rd, Kalikrishna thakur st. 21 110 15/1, Sovaram Basak st, Gour das Basak lane. Kalakar st., Basak lane, Rampa Narayan st.Jag mohan mollick lane. Mirbhadan Ghosh ane. 22 111 14,Biplobi pulin das st, Kalidas singh lane, Baduur bagan st. Parshi bagan lane, Panchanan ghosh lane, Fakir chand mitrast. 38 112 Jogen Dutta lane. Kailash kobiraj lane. Atul mollick lane.Maniktala lane. Nanda mollick lane 26 113 113G,Keshab ch.sen st. Raja Rammohan saroni. 38 114 Railway Qtr 247/C, Officers Colony, Kolkata 700014, KaizerStreet 36 115 7 No Patwar Bagan Lane, P.S. Ahmerst Street, Kolkata700009 37 116 212 C, M G ROAD 42 117 SURYASEN STREET 40 118 17/H/4 Surendralal Pyne lane, Bowbazar, Kolkata 700012, RADHANATH MOLLICK LANE, SREE GOPAL MOLLICK LANE, PROTAPCHATTERJEE LANE 40 119 12/2 Harish Sikdar Path, Bowbazar, Kolkata700012, ARPULI LANE 40 120 88, COLLEGE STREET, MEDICAL COLLEGE, KOL -73, NABIN KUNDU LANE, BANIYATALA LANE, KASHAB CH SEN STREET 40 121 52/2 B SREE GOPLA MALLICK SARANI LANE, KOLKATA 12,Modhu Gopallane / Modan Dutta lane / Gobinda sen lane / Ram Banerjee lane 48 122 114 Bipin Bihari Ganguly street, Sealdah, Kolkata Muchipara, NABIN CHAND BORAL STREET, FOUR DE LANE, DURGA PICTURELANE 48 123 22 College Street, Kolkata 700073,BANERJEE LANE 48 124 28, Amartal Street, Burrabazar, Kolkata 700001, 28 Amratala Street, Gobinda Chand Dhar Lane, ArmoniumStreet 42 125 94 Rabindra Sarani 43 126 60 Phears Lane, Boubazar, West Bengal, Kolkata 73, SagarDutta Lane, Debendra Nath Mallick Street 43 127 34, HARIN BARI LANE, 4TH FLOOR, PO + PS - BOWBAZAR,KOLKATA- 700073, Tiretta Bazar /Damzan lane 43 128 60 Colootola Street, Kolkata 700073 43 129 27 SCOTT LANE, AMHERST STREET, KOLKATA700009, DR AMAL RAY LANE, BB GANGULYSTREET, 167, BB ganguly St, Muchipara, Bowbazar, Kolkata, 158, 162/ 1 BB GANGULY STREET, 153 BAITHAKKHANA ROAD 49 130 72, MANIDRA NATH ROAD, AMHARST STREET, KOLKATA 9, MAMATA MUKHERJEEROW, DR DEBENDRA MUKHERJEE ROW 49 131 MUCHIPARA KOLKATA, REFUGE LANE, NATIBAR DUTTA ROW, SERPENTINE LANE, SASHI BHUSHAN DEY STREET, SONTOSHMITRA SQUARE 50 132 35,CHATA WALA GALI, HAIDI LANE, SUN YAT SEN STREETB.B.GANGULY STREET 44 133 116/5 MG ROAD, KOLKATA 700007,NILMADHAB SEN LANE 44 134 Medical college BC Roy Students Hostel, Kolkata 12, C.RAvenue 44 135 1/7 RAVINDRA SARANI, SHYAMPUKUR,KOLKATA-7 45 136 34/2A, BENIATOLA LANE, KOLKATA-700009,Potua tola lane, M.G.ROAD 40 137 18,Mahendra Sarkar Street,Ward-50,Ps:Muchipara, Kol 12. 50 138 131 B.B. GANGULY STREET,SEALDAH KOLEYMARKET,ENTALLY 50 139 170, KESHAB CHANDRA SEN STREET, AHMERSTSTREET, KOLKATA 37 140 24/C/H/C, A P C ROAD, KOLKATA 700004 49 141 5,Piter lane. C R.Avenue, Bipin Bihari Ganguly st. Beverlylane. C.R.Avenue. 44 142 20,Mollick st. Hanumanji lane. M.G.RD. Cottan st. 42 143 Raja Rammohan saroni. Nitai babu lane. Akhil mistreat lane Rajani gupta Row. Raj ch.sen lane. Jay narayan ch.lane. 48 144 1, New Boubazar Lane, Kolkata 12, Gopi Bose Lane, B B Ganguly Street, Nirmal Chandra Street, C R Avenue, Fakir Dey Lane, Halder Lane, Das Lane, Jadu Nath Dey Road,Lender Dine Lane 47 145 33, Eden Hospital Lane, MCH Service Qtr, Block B, Room No 233, Kolkata 73, EDEN HOSPITAL ROAD, BB GANGULY STREET, GANGA DHARBABU LANE, GIRI BABU LANE , C R AVENUE 47 146 15 RAJA SUBODH MULLICK SARANI, MALIPARA, KOL-13, RAMANATH KABI RAJ LANE ,R K BOSELANE 51 147 49/1 SN Banerjee Road, PS Taltala, Kolkata 14, S N BanerjeeRoad, Taltala Road, Smith Lane, Block Man Street 53 148 74,DR. LALMOHAN BHATTACHARJEE ROAD,PO 7 PSENTALLY,KOLKATA 55 149 138 AJC Bose Road, Entally, Kolkata 700014, AJC BOSE ROAD, NRS QTR, CANAL STREET,CHATU BABU LANE, DEB LANE, DEHI ENTALLY 55 150 P-15 CIT Road, Kolkata 700067, CIT ROAD,PAMER BAZAR, ANANDA PALIT 55 151 7H/11, Hatibagan Road, North Kolkata, Near CIT PhoolBagan, PS Beniapukur, Kol - 14 54 152 11 HARE KRISHNA KONAR ROAD, PS-BENIAPUKURKOLKATA - 700014 60 153 7/H/10. JANNAGAR ROAD, BENIAPUKUR, KOLKATA, kimberstreet, ostager lane,Sundri Mohan Avenue creamatorium street, JAANNAGER road 60 154 7/B Manasi Dutta Road Entally, Beniapukur, Anjuman Road,AJC Bose Road, Cantopher Lane, Tanti Banagan, Mofidul Islam Lane, Wailiton Street 60 155 19b, Goranchand Lane, PO-Entally, Beniapukur, Kolkata700094, Gorachand Lane, Kasai Para 60 156 17/1 Gorachand Lane 60 157 35 H/O Gora Chand Road, Kolkata 700014 60 158 50/C, BENIAPUKUR LANE, BENIAPUKUR,KOL=14 60 159 B7/H/1/2, KASAI PARA LANE, 3RD FLR, P.O. CIRCUS AVENUE, P.S. BENIAPUKUR, WEST BENGAL. KOLKATA 700017, KASAI PARA LANE, GORACHAND LANE, SUHNWARDYAVENUE, PARK STREET 60 160 76 Linton Street, Kolkata 700014,CREMATORIUM STREET 60 161 30 Macleod Street, Park Street, Kolkata700017, PARK STREET 61 162 33/35/2B, AJ C BOSE ROAD, PO CIRCUS AVENUE, PS - PARK STREET, KOl. AJC BOSEROAD, BENIAPUKUR LANE, BIJLI ROAD 61 163 38 Alimuddin Street, 12/H/7 Aga Mehdi Street, P.O. ParkStreet, P.S. Taltala, Kolkata 62 164 35/3 Alimuddin Street, Kolkata 16, & 24/1 Sharif Lane, Nawab Abdul Latif Street, Alimuddin Street, Aga MehediStreet 62 165 46 METCALFE STREET, KOLKATA- 700013, METCALF STREET, GRANT LANE, BOW STREET, KHARU PLACE, METCALF LANE, MOTISIL STREET, BRITISH INDIA STREET,WESTERN STREET 46 166 21, Market street, New Market, Kolkata -700087, MARKET STREET, COLLIN STREET 52 167 5 NO UMA DAS LANE,NEW MARKET, KOL,UMA DAS LANE, Rani Rashmoni Road 52 168 20, TALTALA BAZAR STREET, KOLKATA-700014, TALTALA BAZAAR 53 169 AMITY PARK, FLAT 3B, 21 DEB LANE ENTALLYKOL 14 55 170 2 TANTI BAGAN LANE, KOL - 14, TANTIBAGANLANE, NOOR ALI LANE 54 171 118 ELLIOT ROAD, KOLKATA-700016 WESTBENGAL, Elliott road AJC Bose road), Ryod Street, RAK Road 61 172 35,IMDAD ALI LANE Janbazar, Taltala, 700016 62 173 28 Nilmani Halder Lane, Dharmatala, NewMarket, Kolkata 13, NILMONI HALDER LANE 46 174 FLAT-3 GROUND FLOOR,37 C R AVENUE, KOL- 12, CR AVENUE, KHETRA DAS LANE, KAPALITALA LANE, SAMBHU DAS LANE,GANESH CHANDRA AVENUE 47 175 32/C, DOCTOR'S LANE, KOL - 14, DOCTOR'S LANE, DURGA CHARAN ROAD, TALTALA,ENTALLY, KOL -14, DURGA CHARAN ROAD 53 176 1B/H/1 Chatu babu Lane, Entally, Kolkata, CHATU BABU LANE, 20/346 Chatu Babu Lane,BECHU LAL ROAD, CRISTIPHER ROAD 55 177 8, ISMAIL STREET, ENTALLY, KOL-14 54 178 3, SARAT GHOSH STREET, Dhakuria,Haltu, Kolkata, West Bengal 700031, SARAT GHOSH STREET, GC BOSE ROAD, PAN BAGAN LANE,HARALAL DAS STREET 54 179 2, WALIULLAH LANE, KOLKATA 700016,WALLIULLAH LANE, TALTALA LANE, HAJI MD MOHSIN SQUARE, RAFI AHMED KIDWAI ROAD, 62 180 PRINCEP STREET,LENIN SARANI,NIRMAL CHANDRASTREET,BIPLABI ANUKUL STREET 47 181 1/2 Rani Rashmoni Garden Lane, PO- Tangra, Kolkata,700015, Rani Rashmoni Garden Lane, 44 D C DEY ROAD, TANGRA, KOL-15, 8No PAGLADANGA RD 57 182 1/1 Canal South Road, Tangra, PS Entally, Kolkata 15, 1-24Canal South Road 57 183 16/2/H/3 Shibtala Lane, Kolkata 15, Guri para, 12/1Beliaghata Road 57 184 70A Purbayan, Chingrighata, Canal South Road,Kolkata 700105 57 185 26, P 4, Tangra Street, 3rd Floor, Kolkata 6, Tangra Road, 35/H/5/1 PULIN KHATIC ROAD,PS TANGRA KOLKATA700015, 31/A PULIN KHATICK ROAD, PO ENTALLY, PSTANGRA, KOLKATA 700015 58 186 25B, CHRISTOPHER ROAD, TANGRA, Kustia Park Road 58 187 67, DC Dey Road, Tangra, Kolkata 15, DC DEY ROAD MUSLIM CUMP BUSTEE, 66 D C DEYROAD,TANGRA,KOLKATA 700015 58 188 SOUTH BIONCHTALA, P.O. DHAPA, P.S. PRAGATI MAIDAN, KOLKATA - 700105,Auropota Dhapa 58 189 51A Tiljala Road, Darapara Bustee Topsia, ABINASHCHANDRA LANE (Included in Darapara bustee) 59 190 BRINDABAN GARDENS BUILDING, 21, FLOOR 3, FLAT 3, 9BCHRISTOPHER ROAD, GOBINDA KHATICK ROAD, KOLKATA 700046 59 191 2/2,TILJALA, KOL-46 59 192 6, Karim Hussain Lane, Circus Avenue, Kolkata - 700017, KARIM HUSSION LANE, SP SARANI,MEHER ALI ROAD 64 193 4, DR.A.MO, GHAMI ROAD, KOLKATA, WEST BENGAL, DR AMO GHAMI ROAD, NEW PARKSTREET, SUED AMIR ALI AVENUE 64 194 4/2, Convent Lane, Motijheel Bustee 56 195 150/2B Debendra Chandra Dey Road, Entally, Kolkata 15,D.C Dey Road, R.N. Road 56 196 25/1 Radhanath Chowdhury Road, TangraKolkata 15,Radhanath Chowdhury Road 56 197 11, GOBINDA KHATIK ROAD , ENTALLYKOLKATA 12 56 198 1N/1A, MOTIJHIL LANE , ENTALLY KOLKATA,CONVENT LANE 56 199 12/H/11 Park Street, Taltala, Kolkata 700010, PARK STREET, MIRZA GALIB STREET, MAYRA STREET, TOTTE LANE, 10 Lord Sinha Road, P.S.Shakesphere Sarani, Kolkata - 700071, S.P SARANI, PRETORIA STREET, ROWDAN ST,LOUDAN ST,A.J.C BOSE RD, BELLE VUE CLINIC, 9 DR. 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Hasting Kol-23),Mess No 1 INS Netaji Subhash, Khidderpore, Commissariat Road, Leonard Road,Middle Road, Clyde Road, 6 Bakery Street, Sew Prasad Road 75 246 15/H/4 Mohan Chand Road, Kolkata, Padmapukur East Lane, Part of WatgungeStreet, Nazir Lane 76 247 8/H/32 BK PAL ROAD, EKBALPUR, KOLKATA 23,JOY KRISHNA PAL ROAD, BISHU BABU LANE 76 248 18/1/8/7 Mominpur Road, Khidderpore, Kolkata 700023, Mominpur Road, Khidirpur Kol-23, 2A to 27/2, Rajab AliLane, Mominpore, Kolkata 23 (Ward 78) 78 + 79 249 8No. H/32 Bhukailash Road, Ekbalpore, Kolkata, BhukailashRoad 78 250 49/5 KARL MARX SARANI, KHIDDERPORE, SOUTH POLE, KOLKATA 23, 48 KMSARANI,KANTHALBERIA ROAD, Metiabruz, 79 251 BLOCK 19, FLAT 15, SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAYS OFFICERS COLONY, GARDEN REACH, KOLKATA 700043, BNR NorthColony 80 252 34/1 Kabitirtha Sarani, Khidderpore, Kolkata700023 76 253 17, Braunfield Road, Kolkata 27 79 254 4 NO. 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PATULI ,KOLKATA- 700094, M,N Block , BPTS 110 277 ANANDA PALLY PURBA PUTUARY KOLKATA-700093 114 278 9/C Ajanta Road, New Santoshpur, Santoshpur, Kolkata, West Bengal 700075,AJANTA ROAD & JANATA ROAD 104 279 B/56 Satindra Pally Brahmapur, GariaBasdroni, Pin- 700084 111 280 Regent Park, Thakur Para, West Bengal -700093, THAKUR PARA , BABU PARA 114 281 PURBA PUTIARY, NATUN PALLY, KOL - 93, NATUNPALLY ,DINESH PALLY KHALPARPURBOPUTIYARI DAKSHIN PARA NEW PALLY TOLLYGUNJ KOL 700093 114 282 Atabagan C,D,E,F block, Boral main Road 111 283 JHEEL ROAD,viveknagar,Garfa main road 104 284 18, A P C PARK, BAGHAJATIN, PS-PATULIKOLKATAPIN - 700086 101 285 ED 83, Rajdanga Main road, Kolkata 107 107 286 236 MADURDAHA HOUSING CO. OP. 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HOSPITAL 102 301 12 A TOWER 2, DIAMOND CITY SOUTH 700041, MG ROAD, KMG ROAD. KM LANE, RR ROAD,Tara Mani Ghat Road, 115 302 268/14 ROY BAHADUR ROAD, NEW ALIPUR, PIN 700053, ROY BAHADUR ROAD, BL SHAHROAD, PN MITRA LANE 116 303 112/1 MG ROAD, HARIDEVPUR, KOLKATA 700082 112 304 11 B BECHARAM CHATIERJEE ROAD, RAJIVGANDHI SISHU UDYAN, BC ROAD, NS ROAD 130 305 NEW AREA, CORRECT ADDRESS- 9,DOCTOR N G SAHA ROAD SHAKUNTALA PARK - 700061) , AREA COVERE- BANIMASTER LANE, DR. N G SAHA ROAD. 128 306 Z3/25/1 Dr A.K Road, Badartala, Garden Reach 141 307 Z3/65/3 Lenin Road, Badartala, Rajabazar, Kolkata 44, Lenin Road, Panch Para keya Ghat, Nadial Road, NADIAL ROAD,KHAN PARA. 141 308 B-5,PRINCE DILWAR JHA LANEGARDENREACH,KOL-700024 134 309 I 173, Paharpur, Metiaburuz, Kolkata, Paharpur Road andKasai Para 135 310 G-197, SHYAMLAL LANE, GARDENREACH ,KOL-24 135 311 42/2 KASAI MAHALLA, NEAR BENGALI BAZAR, GARDEN REACH, KOLKATA 24, KASAI PARA,RAMESWARPUR ROAD, TIKIA PARA, 135 312 B1/34,BECHALI GHAT, GARDEN REACH, KOL-24, BECHALIGHAT , IRON GATE 135 313 261/B DEWAN BAGAN, KOLKATA 24, AKRAROAD, S.A. FARUQUE ROAD 136 314 77A MUDIYALI MARKET, NEAR METIABURUZ, KOLKATA 700027, FATEPUR 1ST LANE & 2NDLANE 136 315 R-121 Masjid Talab Lane, Garden reach, Kolkata 24, MasjidTalab, Lichu Bagan, Karbala Lane 137 316 5176 Cotton Mill Line, Metiaburuz, Kolkata 44, KarbalaRoad, Halder Para Marry Road, Cotton Mill Lane, 137 317 Z-5/193/37 B P ROAD, AYUB NAGAR , BADARTALA , KOLKATA- 700044,AYUBNAGAR, B.P ROAD, 141 318 2-3/103/H, DR. AK ROAD, BADARTALA, KOLKATA 700044, NAYA BUSTEE, MG ROAD,JP ROAD, DR AK ROAD 141 319 GRSE, WEST BENGAL, KOLKATA, PIN CODE 700 024, J 100, RAMNAGAR LANE, KOLKATA24, SARDAR PARA, BAISNAB PARA, MATHARPARA, RAMNAGAR LANE 134 320 B 50, Iron Gate Road, Garden Reach, Kolkata24, BICHALI GHAT, IRON GATE ROAD 135 321 O/117 FATEPUR 2ND LANE GARDEN REACH GARDEN REACH PS- METIABURZ PIN-700024, DEWAN BAGAN LANE, MUDIALLY ROAD,FATEPUR 2ND LANE 136 322 SATGARA BYE LANE, RAJA BAGAN , KOLKATA, PIN CODE 700044, SATGARA ROAD,SATGARA BYE LANE 140 323 T 433/2 Dr AK Road, Bartala, Garden Reach,kolkata 18, DR AK ROAD, PP ROAD, 138 324 Y46/2 DR AK ROAD, BADARTALA, KOLKATA-44,DR AK ROAD, PP ROAD 138 325 2/3/155 ABDUL KABIR ROAD, KOL - 44, DR AKROAD 141 326 T-135/5/A MURRAY ROAD,, PS-RAJABAGAN, KOLKATA-700018, MURRY ROAD , MITHATALAB LANE 141 327 J 46, Fatepur Village Road, Ward 134, Garden Reach, Kolkata 24, FATEPUR VILLAGE ROAD,SHAHI ASTABAL. 134 328 G26 BANGLA BASTI GARDEN REACH KOLKATA-700024, BANGLA BUSTEE 134 329 28, S A FAROOQUE RD, BELTALA, KOL- 28,KHANKHULI, KARBALA ROAD 140 330 G325 ALIF NAGAR PIN -700029 134 331 MOLLABAGAN 139 332 MANGRA TALAB. 134 333 TIKIA PARA,KHANSAMA PARA,LIDI PARA, MUDIALI 1STLANE, MUDIALI ROAD. 135 334 KARBALA ROAD, AKRA ROAD. 139 335 Y-210, KANTHAL BERIA ROAD, KOL-44 140 336 19/4 BROJOMONI DEBYA ROAD, KOLKATA700061, BROJAMANI DEBYA ROAD, SUBANA PARA, NARAYANA ROAD, KK ROAD, D.H. ROAD 126 337 CHANDI CHARAN GHOSH ROAD,POSE PARA 123 338 CRISTAN PATHWAY,D H ROAD,BISWA PARA,RANGA NATHPUR,SITALA Lane 125

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A doctor, who tested positive for Coronavirus, died Friday morning in Madhya Pradesh's Indore, the second such case in as many days.

Dr. Om Prakash Chauhan, a general physician, ran a private clinic in Indore's Marimata Chauraha areaand had tested positive for the virus three days ago. He was admitted to Aurobindo Hospital and was on ventilator support.

On Thursday, another doctor had died due to COVID-19 related complications. Dr. Shatrughan Panjwani, who had tested positive for the infection earlier this week, succumbed to it on Thursday around 4:30 am.

Both Panjwani and Chauhan were receiving treatment at the Sri Aurobindo Hospital. The two doctors, said official sources, were not involved in the treatment of Covid-19 patients.

"Carriers of the infection can remain asymptomatic for the initial 3-4 days after contracting the virus while initial symptoms also resemble common flu. There is a possibility that people who have been infected and show mild symptoms like nasal congestion or sore throat are visiting general physicians in their locality and passing on the virus. We have to be doubly alert about such cases," said a doctor at a private hospital where Panjwani had been admitted before being shifted to the Aurobindo Hospital.

The district administration, say sources, is now trying to trace people who may have visited the clinics of Panjwani and Chauhan over the past 14 days.

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Maj Gen Raj Mehta (retd)

Indias armed forces have legions of well-wishers and one of the most committed and passionate amongst them has to be Shyam Kumari, based in Aurobindo Ashram, Pondicherry. The soft-spoken but feisty 85-year-old writer and activist voices her love and respect for the sacrifices that soldiers make with a facile pen and with professional depth, deep research and understanding about their deathless deeds.

I am a veteran, war-wounded soldier myself. Post retirement in 2006, I willingly joined a small, informally-structured band of volunteer officers who have chosen to invest quality time in passing on to the young, the willing and the interested, the core values that make our armed forces amongst the finest in the world.

It was in pursuit of such activities that I came in touch with her courtesy a retired war-decorated General, Maj Gen Ian Cardozo, Vir Chakra famous for amputating his mine-blasted leg with his own khukri because it was impeding him from completing his military mission. This lady is something else; she has such fire and passion for the feats that soldiers do for flag and country. She is an inspiration, he said.

Both Gen Cardozo and I had gone to participate in a Military Heroes Commemoration Parade event in Jhansi, UP, set up by Shyam Kumari through local volunteers. At that stage, my acquaintance with her was restricted to emails, with her sitting in faraway Pondicherry. She has serious chronic physical disabilities that do not allow her to walk for any great distance. I have never left Aurobindo Ashram since I arrived 50 years ago, she says. However, that has not deterred this spirited lady from superbly executing her self-appointed charter of honouring soldiers and soldiering through such commemoration parades all over India.

One co-participant in this function was Honorary Captain Bana Singh, PVC, whose stunning feat of arms in the icy fastnesses of Saltoro Ridge overlooking Siachen Glacier gave the Pakistani Quaid Post to India; being re-named by a grateful Army as Bana Top after its capture. The parade had the war heroes drive through rapturous crowds lining the selected route in a city famous for Indias darling woman braveheart Laxmi Bai, Rani of Jhansi. The function culminated with a public reception under the shadow of the famous fort from where the daring Rani is believed to have made her escape from the British forces besieging Jhansi during Indias First War of Independence in 1857.

Passion for writing

Shyam Kumari was born in Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh, in 1934. A Masters from Lucknow University, she is widely read in Hindi and English literature and in spirituality. In 1969, she was appointed as a teacher in the Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education, Pondicherry. Her forte is, of course, her remarkable ability and passion to write about Indias military heroes, a feat unique in the world of penmanship. An established author, her poems, lyrics, stories, plays, literary and social essays, both in English and Hindi, have appeared in national and international journals. She has written and published more than 60 books, some running into several reprints. Of these, over 20 are on Army war heroes. Nine of her popular books are on Param Vir Chakra heroes, with several now on the writing board. These are priced at ridiculously low rates and are of 40 to 60 pages each.

Her books have been translated into Hindi, Oriya, Tamil, Bengali, Marathi, Gujarati and Russian. She has also written pathbreaking rhymes and childrens story books. In 1998, she launched a Hindi quarterly magazine, Swarna Hansa. She has also launched innovative schemes, one of which encourages schools to adopt a war hero and try and live by the values that he or she exhibited in executing their great feat of arms. Another scheme calls for honouring the families of martyrs at schools and emulate their values thereto.

Shyam Kumari has also set up the Sri Aravinda Sanskrit Vidhyalaya as a labour of love and nurtured it these last 21 years.

Having helped spread the word about this amazing, dynamic person, I was delighted, when, last year, I was invited to deliver a talk at Pondicherry University. I finally met this powerhouse of energy and selfless devotion and happily acceded to her request to lecture school and college children on the subject of becoming global Indians across gender and age.

Courtesy her facilitation, I also spent a delightful two hours interacting with some really bright children from all over the world studying at Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education. The audience covered the entire gamut from playful third-graders to post-graduates and PhD candidates; all sitting in the same hall and with full freedom to walk out if the talk bored them. Instead of feeling stressed, I realised how great the privilege of speaking to them was and enjoyed my friendly chat. More importantly, I understood the genesis behind what makes Shyam Kumari so committed to her calling of making people aware of what greatness is, and developing the skill-sets to reach there with passion and pride.

The sub-text cannot be missed out. It is that the most powerful tool for a person to succeed in his/her calling is hidden deep within that person. In real terms, invest in yourself, believe in yourself, trust yourself, drive yourself; awaken the powerful God' within you; make yourself your best friend and you have the soldiers timeless credo with you God is within you, as Buddha and Vivekananda often exhorted their listeners.

To reach out to conquer the world, reach out first to conquer the world within you. Soldiers do that and so can you.

It is in this context that I find Shyam Kumari truly world class. She exhibits infectious belief in her calling, sets standards, dares young people to dream big and then develop the skill-sets needed to achieve impossible dreams. Join her!

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Let’s understand Coronavirus in the light of Sri Aurobindo – News Intervention

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Microscopic view of a Coronavirus. (Photo: PTI)

For Sri Aurobindo, behind every event that is happening in the world, there are forces at play. Some of these forces aredharmic, that is they tend towards the good of humanity; and others are asuric, destructive, striving to disrupt, to bring disharmony, to hurt even, and in general push for regression in human evolution.

This is nothing new. All great Scriptures, whether the Vedas, the Bible, or Buddhas precepts, have said the same thing the world is Maya (illusion); look behind appearances, search for Truth. Now if you take a glance at the Coronavirus epidemic in that light, it acquires a new dimension. On the medical angle, it is nothing compared to other deadly diseases, such as cancer, heart attacks, or AIDS. In India, for now, there are less than 0.0001% of the country infected. But just observe what comes along with the Coronavirus fear, suspicion, mistrust, and a worldwide panic that seems to have gripped all, the governments as well as individuals. This is the very psychosis, which comes with asuric forces. We perceive also that the Coronavirus is bringing with it tremendous economic damage to the world. Airlines, businesses, even the governments might go bankrupt, and individuals are right now undergoing tremendous financial and psychological stress. This also is the Asura.

Now what Sri Aurobindo also says is that these hostile forces need vehicles, instruments, to do their harm. In the case of the Coronavirus, this instrument has been the media, both printed and electronic,which has, with sensationalism, hyperbole, and photo-shopping, amplified a million time the fears and concerns of people, putting pressure on governments, which all fell prey to this bloodsucking blackmail.

During the Second World War, Sri Aurobindo and his spiritual companion, the Mother, clearly indicated that Hitler was anasura, an evil force, and they put their spiritual power in play to help the Allies defeat him. It is therefore clear that while taking all hygienic and medical precautions,the Coronavirus needs to be fought on a spiritual and occult level.

For having a clear occult indication on how to fight this Coronavirus epidemic, we need to look at its origin. Well, it does come from China. We are not anti-Chinese per se, but whether the Coronavirus is man-made, because the Chinese eat all kind of animals, from vampires to snakes, which are killed alive before being sold; or if it is a biological weapon, which accidentally escaped from a research laboratory. There is no doubt about its source. On a very material level, it is a timely reminder to the West of Chinas indomitable thirst for hegemonic dominance of the world. For example, 95% of the antibiotics consumed on this planet are made in China; so are most of the automobiles parts, computer chips, mobile phones such as the Apple etc. The world is therefore totally dependent on China today and this is a signal that it is a dangerous thing and the West needs to de-localize from the Chinese and re-localize in India, for instance a much more friendly, spiritual and democratic nation.

His Holiness the Dalai Lama often spoke of a black karma of the Chinese, not only because they massacred nearly a million Tibetans but also because Mao-Tse tung, in his megalomania, killed 20 million of his own people. Is the Coronavirus which has paralyzed the whole of China and which will damage its long-term ambitions, such as a new Silk Road that crosses the Himalayas to reach the Pakistani port of Gwadar, and hence flood the western world with Chinese goods, a consequence of that black karma? The future will say.

At any rate, while India needs to take all sanitary precautions, it isShe (India) only who can fight the invisible forces behind the Coronavirus. All the great gurus of the moment, His Holiness the Dalai-lama, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, Amrita Anandamayi, Jaggi Sadhguru, the Shankarya, Gurumai, etc, should assemble together and performs pujasandyagnas; individually we can also fight the virus by repeating in our hearts the Mothers prayer:

In the name of the Divine,

For the sake of the Divine,

By the power of the Divine,

With the strength of the Divine,

To all adverse beings or forces,

I order you to quit this place at once and for ever.

Franois Gautier was born in Paris. In the early eighties, he began freelancing in India for different publications and finally ended up being the correspondent in South Asia, for the Geneva-based Journal de Geneve, then one of the best international newspapers in Europe. Franois has written several books: Un autre Regard sur lInde (Editions du Tricorne, Geneva-Paris), Arise O India (Har Anand, 1999), A Western journalist on India (Har Anand, 2001), Indias Self Denial (Editions Auroville Press, 2001), Swami, moine hindou et PDG (Editions Delville, Paris, 2003, 8000 copies sold), Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, a Guru of Joy (India Today Book Club, 2003), La Caravane Intrieure (Les Belles Lettres, Paris, 2005), A New History of India (Har Anand, 2008). Franois is now the Editor-in-Chief of the Paris-based La Revue de lInde and a Director of a book collection on India with the same publisher.

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Lt. Governor Kiran Bedi has sought a set of measures to improve road safety/engineering, sanitation and cleanliness on city roads.

Ms. Bedi, who led a team from Raj Nivas on a cycle tour to make an inspection on Sunday as part of weekend visits, directed officers for immediate action on marking the roads as per traffic rules including zebra crossing for pedestrians wherever required.

The Lt. Governor demanded that speedbreakers be painted to serve as indication to motorists. Other instructions include removing the debris and the tree breakages dumped either side of the road and clearing of drainage slabs taken from the drainage and kept on the road, causing a hindrance to traffic. Ms. Bedi has asked the officers of PWD and Municipality to take a daily round of their respective areas for maintaining road safety and cleanliness.

She was accompanied by Shurbir Singh, Secretary, Works, S.D. Sundaresan, Special Secretary to Lt. Governor, Rahul Alwal, SSP, Mahalingam, Chief Engineer, PWD, M. Kandasamy, Commissioner, Oulgaret Municipality, S. Sivakumar, Pondicherry Municipality, Sekar, Superintending Engineer, PWD and Bascarane, CGO and the Manager of Swachatha Corporation. A plan to convert the Raj Nivas gardens into a biodiversity hub in collaboration with Sri Aurobindo Ashram ecologists, was also initiated.

Ms. Bedi cut a cake and honoured the staff on the occasion.

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